FILMS IN DEVELOPMENT ONSITE AND ONLINE ON WEDNESDAY 30 MARCH 2022
For this 17th edition, Films in development is in two places at once to allow the selected directors and the participating professionals to meet face-to-face in Toulouse (at the Conseil Départemental de la Haute-Garonne) AND online on Wednesday 30 March 2022 (10:00 am - 7:00 pm French time).
The meetings are open to all professionals interested in the projects in progress but also in the films of the directors selected in the festival.
To participate, contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Directors selected for the festival
Sol BERRUEZO PICHON-RIVIÈRE (Argentina) will present her new project Amor, sexo y lágrimas.
Her film Mamá, Mamá, Mamá is part of the section Découverte Fiction.
Mariano CÓCOLO (Argentina) will present his new project Las Tumanas.
His film La Calma is part of the section Fiction feature film competition.
Tin DIRDAMAL (Mexico) will present his new project The White of Night.
His film Dark Light Voyage, directed with Eva Cadena, is part of the section Feature Documentary Competition.
Ana ENDARA (Panama) will present her new project Beloved Tropic.
Her film Para su tranquilidad, haga su proprio museo, directed with Pilar Moreno, is part of the section Feature Documentary Competition.
Gustavo GAMERO (Mexico) will present his new project Saved Images.
His film Tierra is part of the section Fiction Short Film Competition.
Emilia HERBST (Argentina) will present her new project Innocenti’s family eter.
Her film Una Apprendiz Invisible is part of the section Fiction Short Film Competition.
Alejandro LOAYZA GRISI (Bolivia) will present his new project Chovoré.
His film Utama is part of the section Fiction feature film competition.
Ezequiel SALINAS & Ramiro SONZINI (Argentina) will present their new project My last adventure.
Their film Mi última Aventura is part of the section Fiction Short Film Competition.
Carlos SEGUNDO (Brazil) will present his new project Cover over.
His film Sideral is part of the section Fiction Short Film Competition.
Jorge SISTOS (Mexico) will present his new project La Ausencia.
His film Oscuridad is part of the section Fiction Short Film Competition.
Rodrigo TENUTA and Ignacio LEONIDAS (Argentina) will present thei new project Peteyem. Memories of a kawesqar in New York.
Their film Twakana Yagan is part of the section Fiction Short Film Competition.
Directors participating via an alliance
Luz BALAÑA (Argentina) will present her new documentary project Trova Tanguera.
In partnership with the Occitanie Region.
Matheus FARIAS & Enock CARVALHO (Brazil) will present their new fiction project The dark side of the river.
In partnership with BrLab.
Pauline JULIER & Clément POSTEC (Chile) will present their new documentary project Perseverance Valley.
In partnership with the Occitanie Region.
They will also participate in the meetings:
THE LAUREATEs OF THE indou Cinéma feature film scriptwriting residency
- See the 4 laureates project selection
- More about the accompanying of the writing residence in Cinélatino
THE LAUREATEs OF THE Georges Mélies CONTEST
- The Directors' Book (PDF)
- The online selection
- The festival catalogue
- Appointments will be made from March 14, 2022. For more information, contact: email@example.com
- The films of the directors are available on request: firstname.lastname@example.org
The BrLab is an annual event aimed at future films in development and financing stages organized since 2011 in Brazil. Currently, it is the only meeting event in Brazil that receives projects from all over Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula and brings together in its program different workshops, seminars and international meetings. The event has become a space where professionals spontaneously merge to establish contacts around new projects and creative ideas. The main workshop is called BrLab Features and has accumulated success stories of films released internationally. The BrLab invites the winning project to the next edition of BrLab Features organized in São Paulo in November, 2022.
Le-loKal is a welcoming and ambitious production company with recognised expertise in post-production. Established for 19 years in the Occitanie Region, it has developed numerous documentary, animation and short film projects. When it comes to post-production, high end equipment, universal workflow as well as high-rate skills allow to provide innovative technique solution, perfectly fitting specific needs. The lokal will offer a grant of 3. 500 € for post-production services. This grant will be awarded to one of the project selected at the end of the Film in Development meetings. It is valid for subtitling, credits with master releases and festival cuts and DCP with staff salaries included and/or calibration (with technicians).
Lizières is a cultural and resources center located in the east of Paris, on the artist Ramuntcho Matta’s initiative. A “lisière” is an edge, an area not clearly defined between two spaces – physical, mental, aesthetic… Since 2011, Lizières has welcomed around ten artists per year, plastic artists, musicians, writers, philosophers and researchers. Filmmaker Chris Marker helped to conceive the location. The Award will allow a director to benefit from a month of residency at Lizières. A month of life, work, support and encounters, capable of nourishing his/her film project, of refining its intention and multiplying its possibilities.
Cinéma en Développement Toulouse
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Eva Morsch Kihn
Coordinator of the professional platform